Initially conceived of in 1987 as a way for an avid paintball player and his friends to acquire discounted merchandise, Lone Wolf Paintball swiftly evolved into a multi-location business throughout Michigan. One year after opening, Bristol Apple Orchard in Almont accommodated the budding business with its first playing field. These days, an indoor field allows for year-round paintball. The 20,000 sq. ft. facility encompasses
a speedball field with artificial turf, which spectators can observe from viewing areas including a second-story observation deck. Referees ensure that each player competes safely.
A stress-shedding family-friendly sport for splatter soldiers of all types and stripes, paintball grants its combatants the perfect backdrop for
one-on-one duels or group-oriented maneuvers. Spread out your tickets over six solo sessions, or round up five friends, coworkers, or NBA starters for a fast-paced adrenaline-fueled jaunt across unique indoor and outdoor terrains that can include pastoral fields and themed villages. Each trek arms guests with a battle mask and goggles, semiautomatic paintball marker, hopper and tanker, and orientation that lays out the rules, safety precautions, and the symbolism behind to Jackson Pollack’s early work.
Take a break with a hot slice at Lake Inn — this casual pizza joint is a favorite among pizza pie connoisseurs.
Low-fat food isn t on the menu, so diners come to Lake Inn to enjoy their every bite.
Find the perfect vintage to complement your meal — Lake Inn offers a fine selection of wines, beers, and beyond.
Let the kids come too! Little ones love the food and atmosphere at Lake Inn just as much as their parents do.
Lake Inn features some of the most affordable happy hour deals in town.
Access the Internet free of charge via Lake Inn's complimentary wifi.
Open air seating is ready for diners at Lake Inn when the weather is warm.
Have a large group? No problem. Head to Lake Inn for easy seating.
Lake Inn diners enjoy a taste of live music with their food as well.
If your Friday or Saturday night plans include a trip to the pizzeria, it's best to reserve a table before heading over.
Not a popular place for dress-up dining, most Lake Inn patrons come in casual attire.
Catering from Lake Inn will take your party to the next level.
For those in a rush, the pizzeria lets you take your food to go.
Parking is available at an adjacent lot.
Make use of the safe and efficient bike parking at Lake Inn.
Prices at Lake Inn are a bargain (usually less than $15 for a meal), so you'll have plenty of cash left over to treat a friend (or two).
The dinner menu is a crowd pleaser at the pizzeria, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
Copperbeech Farm trots out friendly steeds for kids' riding lessons at a 32-acre equestrian estate. During riding lessons, groups of six to eight beginning riders aged 5–18 learn the fundamentals of riding and horse handling from two expert equestrians on indoor and outdoor tracks. More advanced Saddle Club sessions help experienced riders to build on basic skills in english riding style. In addition, summer camps for kids aged 5–18 combine horse training with craft projects, camp outs, and opportunities to organize other farm animals, including potbellied pigs, chickens, and ducks, into spontaneous performances of "Old MacDonald.
Snack on tasty pub fare at Puzzler's Pub, a local favorite.
Calories take a backseat at Puzzler's Pub, where low-fat anything is barred from the menu.
Dine under the sun (or stars) at Puzzler's Pub with their charming outdoor seating.
If you're feeling up to it, take a turn on the dance floor.
Puzzler's Pub tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go.
$15 can't buy you much, but it can buy you an amazing meal at Puzzler's Pub.
At Horse Senses, the sharp song of hooves against the ground mingles in the air with equestrian pointers from experienced trainers. During sessions, riders of all experience levels learn about the tack and its parts, and then bond with their horses through grooming, handling, and mutual love for salt. After gleaning basics of pacing in the indoor arena, which shelters riders from the elements, duos head to an outdoor training area or explore the sun-dappled sprawl of the facility's many wooded trails in warmer weather. While meandering the 32 acres of Copperbeech Farm, where Horse Senses is located, pupils build rapport with 1 of 15 well-mannered horses.